Renouard Distinguished Lecturer Series – Dr. Kurtis D. Cantley
Human brains outperform computers in a wide variety of tasks. In the future, increases in computing power will come from architectures that are fundamentally different than traditional digital systems. This talk will discuss some of the approaches toward neuro-inspired processing, with a particular focus on those that are more biologically realistic.
2014 Tau Beta Pi Annual Convention in Spokane, WA
The 2014 Tau Beta Pi Convention will be held in Spokane, WA, on October 2-7, and hosted by the Washington Delta Chapter at Gonzaga University. Events will take place at the Spokane Convention Center and Davenport Hotel.
2014 Outstanding SEAS Student: Alex Williams
The computer science graduate Alex Williams was selected unanimously among Department Chairs for the 2014 Award for Academic Excellence for the School of Engineering & Applied Science.
SEAS Students’ App Offers Quick Reply to Texts
An app developed by students for a computer science class is now available to download.
Dr. Niezgoda Recognized As Exemplary Faculty
Congratulations to Civil Engineering Associate Professor Sue Niezgoda, Ph.D., P.E., who has been recognized with a 2014 Gonzaga University Exemplary Faculty Award!
Cheers for Engineers
Cat Truong (EE) acknowledges that there are stereotypes of both cheerleaders and engineers, and most people think that those stereotypes "don't really mix." But she and fellow senior Becca Ryan (CE) proved that they could succeed in both worlds.
Dean Silliman's "Reflections on Water in Benin"
Stephen E. Silliman, dean of Gonzaga University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, led a discussion called “Reflections on Water in Benin, West Africa” for the Greater Gonzaga Guild in November 2013.
Innovative Teaching: Steve Zemke
I was a design engineer for 23 years at Bell Labs and Hewlett Packard. Both are very good firms, but I wanted to do something different.
Brazil to Gonzaga: Stem Studies
Three-hundred-level engineering classes are already pretty tough, but junior Naira Malaquias takes them in a foreign language.